This program is 29 minutes long
(Supreme Court: Terry Moran) The Supreme Court ruling in favor of Walmart in the sex discrimination case brought by female workers examined; details given about the battle for equality that has gone on over a decade. [Plaintiff Betty DUKES- says we march forward.] The majority opinion from Justice Antonin Scalia and the dissent from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about bias quoted. [ANALYST - says the court has raised the bar high for discrimination against women in the workplace.] [On the street, Karen FLEMING- reacts to the verdict.] How it will be much harder for one woman at a time to bring suit against corporate America discussed.
(Sierra Vista, Arizona: Clayton Sandell) The firestorm over the statements from Senator John McCain blaming the wildfires on weak security along the border with Mexico examined. [McCAIN - says the fires were caused by illegal immigrants.] [National Council of La Raza Clarissa MARTINEZ de CASTRO- says the intention was to demonize Latinos.] [US Forest Service Cecilia SEESHOLTZ- says we cannot speculate over who started the fires.]
(Studio: John Berman) The possibility Texas Governor Rick Perry will enter the Republican presidential campaign featured; details given about his background as a darling of conservatives and on jobs creation in Texas. [PERRY - speaks out for reform and against the left.] [ABC News analyst Matthew DOWD†- says Perry has rock star potential.]
(Studio: Bianna Golodryga) Study findings on the higher productivity of older workers examined; details given about the snowbird worker program at Home Depot. [80-year-old Florida Marlins interim manager Jack McKEON- denies he is 80!] [Marlins president David SAMSON- backs McKeon.] [New York Life Insurance Co. vice president Mark PFAFF- says it is about trust and credibility.]
(Covina, California: David Muir) The search for clothing made in America featured; scenes shown from the Covina YMCA in California, the New York City train station of people taking off clothes to check the manufacturing label and a tiny American swimsuit company in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. [Covina swimmer HELEN - says none of our swimsuits were made in the US.] [Tara Grinna Swimwear Crystal QUANDT- talks about the suits.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, David Muir) The Made in America story discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A special ABC interview with Michelle Obama from South Africa noted.
(Studio: Josh Elliott) The victory at golf's US Open by Northern Ireland's 22-year-old Rory McIlroy reviewed; scenes shown from the golf course of one of the great performances of golf history; details given about his brutal failure at the recent Masters. ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN- talks about McIlroy.] [McILROY - comments on golf, the Masters.] Rory's visit to Haiti discussed.